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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Asian Games.
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Sports and games

  • Aquatics [r]: A term for water sports taking place in the water, subdivided into five distinct branches: swimming, water polo, diving, open water swimming, and synchronised swimming. [e]
  • Archery [r]: An individual sport involving shooting at a target using a bow and arrow. [e]
  • Athletics [r]: The collective term for a group of athletic events in walking, running, jumping or throwing. [e]
  • Badminton [r]: An indoor game in which players on opposite sides of a net hit a shuttlecock with wire-strung racquets. [e]
  • Baseball [r]: A ball game, using a small spherical ball and a striker called a bat, played between two teams of 9 players each on a field with a diamond shaped circuit consisting of 4 bases. [e]
  • Basketball [r]: A ball game played between two teams of 5 players, the objective of which is to throw the ball through one of a pair of hoops fixed above each end of the playing court. [e]
  • Billiards [r]: Game for two people using cues and played on a billiard table with three balls. The table, also used for snooker, has six pockets as targets for the balls. [e]
  • Bowling [r]: Please do not use this term in your topic list, because there is no single article for it. Please substitute a more precise term. See Bowling (disambiguation) for a list of available, more precise, topics. Please add a new usage if needed.
  • Boxing [r]: A combat sport between two opponents in a roped, square ring who attempt to strike each other with fists enclosed in padded gloves. [e]
  • Canoeing [r]: Olympic sport which involves racing canoes and kayaks in various disciplines. [e]
  • Chess [r]: 2-player board game for a checkered board; requires skill, strategy and intellect; the 1960s 3M Bookshelf game series included a version of Chess [e]
  • Cricket (sport) [r]: An outdoor bat-and-ball game played by two teams of eleven players on a large grassy field. [e]
  • Cycling [r]: The sport, recreational activity and means of transportation of riding a bicycle. [e]
  • Dancesport [r]: Competitive ballroom dancing. [e]
  • Dragon boat [r]: Team paddling sport using longboats, based on ancient Chinese competitive boat racing. [e]
  • Equestrian [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Fencing [r]: A sport of fighting with blunted swords in accordance with set rules in order to score points. [e]
  • Football [r]: A sport in which two teams, each consisting of 11 players, compete to move a spherical ball around the playing field and into their opponents' goal; with the exception of the goalkeeper, players may not use their hands or arms to control the ball. [e]
  • Golf [r]: Game in which the players attempt, using special clubs, to sink a small, dimpled ball into each of 18 successive holes in the fewest number of strokes. [e]
  • Gymnastics [r]: An individual, competitive sport involving the performance of acrobatic exercises requiring physical strength, flexibility, balance, endurance, gracefulness, and kinesthetic awareness. [e]

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